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Museu Vale, Vila Velha

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Although Vila Velha offers limited lodging options for budget travelers, you can easily explore this city from nearby Vitoria, just 7 km (4.3 mi) to the north. If you must stay in Vila Velha itself, choose between three- and four-star oceanfront hotels, which offer modern rooms with access to trendy bars, restaurants, fitness facilities, indoor pools, and shops. Rental apartments provide another spacious alternative suitable for those wanting more privacy a walk away from good beaches.
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  • Very good option for an outdoors fun with family, nice real locomotive and museum with lots of history to tell. Also one of the best views of the Bay.  more »
  • The Muesu da Vale tells the story of the Vale corporation and the railroad which was built to carry passengers and bring minerals from inland to the port city of Vitoria. The Museum is located in the ...  more »
  • Great place for exposition, this is also a place to visit a old train station on site, free entrance, recommended to drive there, it is a long walk from the main bus station to the museum, last time i...  more »
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  • Vitoria is a major eastcoast port for South America and the 3rd largest in Brasil. This museum details the historical significance of that position to the development of the local region. The museum's story also is a guide to Vitoria's connection with other Brasilian states where raw industrial materials are unearthed such as Minas Gerais where iron ore to gold produced millions of tons among other mined commodities. The development of industrial railway systems was key to the success of these enterprises & the Museum's entire 3rd floor is devoted to a massive large scale model of industrial rail operations. The museum grounds provide a panoramic view of Downtown Vitoria across the Bay with a full view of the active working harbor.
  • Pleasant museum in picturesque surroundings. The main drawback is accessability. Unless you have a car it is hard to find. Get a bus to Vila Velha bus station and hire a taxi to the museum which is a long walk otherwise.
  • Lindo passeio, e o café no vagão de trem é imperdível
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